Clean Energy Incentives
Make a Difference
Clean energy is not just about new sources of power; it is about developing a new relationship between power generation and power consumption. More Connecticut residents are learning what their energy requirements are, how they can reduce their demand (Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund), and how their needs can be met with small-scale, decentralized solutions. Consumers can turn into producers, joining a distributed generation system that not only makes their homes and businesses more self-reliant but also helps stabilize the state's power grid.
Solar Rebates
Learn more about solar rebates by clicking here.
Project 150
Opportunities for developers, manufacturers & financiers to advance clean renewable energy projects in Connecticut. Lean more.
Clean Energy Communities
Earn free clean energy for your community. It's as easy as 1-2-3! Find out how.